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Old July 18th, 2003, 08:35 AM
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Hi all,

I have just started a new Technical Support role, where My main function is to edit ASP and JScript Code in a Complex Web structure. My question is - Is there any freeware / other software available that will analyse asp and JScript code and conceptualise the files for me, allowing me to gain a clear idea of how the files are linked or what calls what.

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Hi there,

I don't know any freeware / open source tools (although they may be out there), but you could use Microsoft Visio or Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. Both products come as a Trial version, so you can check them out and see if they do the job for you.

They won't give you insight in "what calls what" but they will certainly show how pages are linked together......

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Thanx for replying, I have found nearly what I am looking for - its called Unitix Site Documentor. Very good to start with and is a free trial as well.

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I am not sure about freeware, but if you have Office, Front Page is
available (..not much of a great tool, in my opinion). You can use HTML Kit but you wont have the way files are linked (..its free).
I dont think you ll be able to find a free (or not) program that programatically links a site's pages

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Kostas Lagos





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